I was so desperate to help my dying baby I gave 100 bribe to a nurse: Mother begged staff to transfer daughter to intensive care before she died of heart failureOne-year-old Hayley was 'overlooked and neglected' Doctors were 'arrogant and unprofessional' Parents were repeatedly told there was 'nothing to worry about' | UPDATED: 08:06 GMT, 1 May 2012 Paula Stevenson, seen here with a picture of her baby girl Hayley, describe her daughter's treatment at Birmingham Children's Hospital as 'brutal' A mother driven to despair as her baby daughter lay dying in hospital bribed a nurse with a 100 gift voucher in the hope of improving her care.
ICU! Webcams help parents bond with their premature babies while they”re in intensive care Parents of premature babies are being offered the chance to watch over their newborns from their mobiles via a webcam. It means mothers like Carole Kang, from Fullerton, California, can bond with their children in the crucial days after birth. Mrs Kang and her husband Stephen live a couple of miles from the neonatal intensive care unit at St Jude Medical Center where their son Spencer is being cared for.